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Meaning of “mouth” - Learner’s Dictionary

mouth

noun [C]
 
 
/maʊθ/
A1 the part of the face that is used for eating and speaking The head and face
mouth of a cave/tunnel, etc the opening or entrance of a cave/tunnel, etcCaves, cracks and crevicesHoles, hollows and dips
mouth of a river where a river goes into the sea →  See also butter wouldn't melt in sb's mouth Parts of watercourses
(Definition of mouth from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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